Found May 02, 2012 on PRO Rumors:
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– The Minnesota Twins have designated third baseman Sean Burroughs for assignment. Burroughs was hitting .118/.167/.176 with 1 RBI in 17 AB's for the Twins this season. – The San Francisco Giants designated Tyler Graham for assignment. The outfielder is hitting .263/.300/.316 in 19 AB's for the Giants' Triple-A team this season. – The Cleveland Indians designated Jose Lopez for assignment. The 28-year old infielder was hitting .190/.190/.381 with 3 RBI's in 21 AB's for the Indians in 2012. Image by hj_west under the Creative Commons License.
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